Better Self-Care: Natural Products for Healthy TLC

Are you invested in taking good care of your mind and body during the pandemic? You’re doing the right thing! This is a very uncertain time for all of us, so some extra gentle loving aimed towards ourselves is not a bad thing. Of course, you have to make sure these self-care products are natural, so you can freely use them throughout the day and reap all the benefits without negative effects. So here are a few natural products that can boost your self-care and bring you closer to nature.


Coconut oil

Coconut oil has a lot of benefits you can gain by introducing it in your regular diet. This product can be used for greasing pans, cooking eggs, baking, melting over veggies, etc. However, it’s not only suitable for eating—there is a bunch of non-food related ways you can use coconut oil for self-care. Coconut oil can be used for skincare (homemade body butter, lip balm, lotion bar and sunscreen), haircare (hair pomades and conditioners), detox baths, dental care, candles, cleaning and many more. If you love the smell and the texture, you will find a lot of self-care uses for this item, so stock up on it.



Turmeric is a spice that contains curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant chemical. This spice supports the body’s natural ability to keep inflammations away, so make sure to incorporate it into your diet (this is very easy since there are tons of recipes from curries to cakes where you can use turmeric). If you don’t like to cook with this anti-aging food, you can take turmeric in pill form but there are also teas you can easily incorporate into your daily routine. The combo of turmeric and lemon in your tea will blow your mind, especially when you need a morning pick me up.


Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a kitchen staple pioneered more than a century ago, but it still has so many benefits for your diet (great for people on plant-based diets), skincare routine or cleaning routine. ACV can be used for making salads and other food, beverages, baths, hair products and skin toners. And it’s 100% natural so you can freely experiment with this amazing product. 



If you’re looking for natural inspiration and stimulation, look no further than cannabis, more precisely, the Sativa strand. People who introduced Sativa into their regular self-care routine report deep thoughts that unlock areas of the mind they didn’t even know they had. This strain is often enjoyed by artists to boost creativity and inspiration, but it can also be used against depression. If you haven’t been feeling your best in quarantine, some Sativa products might help you revive your spirit and fight dark thoughts. 


Natural toothpaste

Dental hygiene is very important, yet it’s often neglected by many. If you don’t take good care of your teeth, you can trigger many serious health problems, so grab good toothpaste and go scrubbing. If you want something natural, opt for products made with clay and essential oils. This type of toothpaste will re-mineralize, clean and whiten your teeth naturally. 


Mineral makeup

If you love makeup but don’t like its content, you can focus on natural-based alternatives like mineral makeup. Unlike traditional formulas, mineral makeup is made from natural components without fillers and other mystery ingredients. For instance, the best mineral foundations have no talc, mineral oil, alcohol, preservatives and artificial fragrances, so they are suitable for every skin type, even sensitive and acne-prone skin. 

Dry brush

If you haven’t tried this practice yet, now is the right time to do so. Dry brushing has numerous health benefits that include exfoliation, energy boost, better lymphatic flow and improved general health. Plus, it just feels really good and refreshing, so if you want to combine a self-care practice that mixes business and pleasure, grab a quality dry brush with a long handle and just go scrubbing! 

Epsom salts

Another natural product that’s very easy to incorporate into your regular self-care routine is Epsom salts. These can be used for baths to rid your body of unwanted toxins, but they also feel great when added to foot baths after a long day on your feet. 


You deserve all the care in the world, especially during this stressful period, so add these natural products to your self-care arsenal and let them nurture your body and mind without any negative effects. 

Peter Minkoff
Peter is a lifestyle writer at HighStyleLife magazine, living between Europe and Australia. Follow Peter on Twitter for more tips.
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